Energy companies have continuously invested on new technologies. Digital transformation will play a critical role to reduce the negative impacts of COVID-19 and future external shocks.
“WE KNOW WHAT FAILURE LOOKS LIKE. Our technology has seen millions of machine failures so you don’t have to. Machines don’t have to break.”
Shell, the international energy company, has been an early adopter of data analytics in order to identify potential for improvement in the evolving energy industry. The company constantly tries to innovate, and it does not hold back from investing heavily in advanced technologies to reinvent the way it does business.
Energy management systems are enabling a transformation to a new, digital energy era. And those with the best energy management systems and financing models are poised to win as we switch to a decentralized model of energy production.
How the largest gas discovery platform in North America utilizes crowdsourced data to drive a sustainable platform business model
Growing environmental awareness, rising energy prices and lack of transparency in the power supply system have contributed to the adoption of EnerNoc’s energy intelligence software.
STEM does not own a factory. Yet, it is one of the most promising energy startups. By assembling the best available hardware and adding predictive analytics, STEM is able to create the grid of the future.